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Wireless Crossword Puzzle
September 22, 2013

2013 Crosswords Archive

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Wireless Engineering Crossword Puzzle for September 22, 2013 - RF Cafe

ACROSS DOWN
1. SI unit of solid angle

7. Longitudinal shape-forming structural elements

9. Narrowband Advanced Mobile Phone System (abbr.)

12. Base of the binary number system

13. Data transmission pathway

16. Chemical symbol for tantalum

18. Type of satellite configuration close to Earth (abbr.)

20. A vector quantity (typically a complex number) representing a sinusoidally varying current or voltage (pl.)

24. Hub of the solar system

26. Peak Inverse Voltage

27. Type of logic gate (pl.)

28. Negative temperature coefficient (abbr.)

29. Unit of length equal to 5.5 yards

31. Internet protocol (abbr.)

32. Chemical symbol for antimony

34. Referring to a right triangle, the trigonometric function equal to the ratio between the side opposite a given angle, and the hypotenuse ( pl.)

36. Maintains a voltage for sampling

38. Its chemical symbol is Os

41. Trim a piece of Kapton tape to length

42. Peak envelope power (abbr.)

43. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

44. Alternative name for Beta Persei

46. Computer display unit

48. Chemical symbol for silicon

49. U.S. military organization (abbr.)

50. Key feature in a high level overvoltage protection device

51. Chemical symbol for neon

53. Threaded fastener

56. Mr. Packard's (HP) first name

59. Decimeter (abbr.)

61. Unit of resistance

62. International Reply Coupon (abbr.)

64. Deutsche Industrie Normenausschuss

65. Front edge of a wing (abbr.)

66. Chemical symbol for europium

67. Chemical symbol for nobelium

68. Thin Shrink Small Outline Package (abbr.)

70. Chemical symbol for silver

71. Unix, Linux or Windows (abbr.)

72. Stock symbol for Advanced Micro Devices

74. Rádio Nacional de Angola (abbr.)

75. Cellphone band below PCS

77. Common gateway interface (abbr.)

78. Have a positive phase wrt a reference

80. A triangle that has all three sides unequal in length

82. Type of film that often refracts light

83. Temperature-compensated crystal oscillator (abbr.)

85. Error checking scheme (abbr.)

86. A 3rd-order polynomial

88. Chemical symbol for arsenic

89. Below ELF

92. Computer interconnection scheme (abbr.)

93. Last stage in a transmitter (abbr.)

94. Graph

96. Having to do with charged particles

98. Earth, Mars, or Saturn

99. Opposite of top

100. Keyboard key

101. Lowest power level capable of being demodulated (abbr.)

1. Crystal filter type (abbr.)

2. Shorthand for troposphere

3. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

4. One port of an amplifier

5. A common battery cell size

6. Nordic Mobile Telephone

8. Permeability-tuned oscillator (abbr.)

10. Last stage in transmitter (abbr., pl.)

11. Describes when a synchronous motor loses phase lock (pl.)

13. Beginners' All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code

14. Unit of time (abbr.)

15. Type of optical network

17. Positive electrode

19. 1.602E-19 Joules

21. Stock symbol for Harris Communications

22. A common RS-232 serial bus command (abbr.)

23. Chemical symbol for scandium

25. Internet address (abbr.)

26. Alternative name for a pi meson

30. Type of spread spectrum that does not use frequency hopping (abbr.)

32. A common semiconductor substrate

33. A semi-automatic mechanical code key

35. Mate to a bolt

36. Base 16 number system (abbr.)

37. Configuring a switch to break electrical contact

39. The amount of matter that a body contains

40. Short for modulator/demodulator

42. Attenuator configuration (hyph.)

45. The "L" in VLF

46. Attenuator

47. Semiconductor lamp

52. Theoretical

54. Greek letter

55. Ham's code for "Shall I send more slowly?"

57. Circuit element connecting PCB layers

58. The stuff in the solder core

60. Superior magnetic shielding material

62. First name of a British scientist of falling apple fame

63. Coder/decoder (abbr.)

65. Pertaining to Boolean operations

68. RF connector type

69. The cell band above DCN

73. Type of data conversion device (abbr., pl.)

74. Type of flip-flop

76. A trigonometry function (pl.)

77. IC

79. Ham abbreviation for "distant station"

81. Chemical symbol for lawrencium

82. Chemical symbol for terbium

84. Workplace safety group (abbr.)

87. Volt, meter, pint, pound, eg.

90. PCB metal area where component leads attach

91. Release control over

92. R.A. ____, RF consultants

94. Chemical symbol for chlorine

95. Logic family (abbr.)

96. Big Blue

97. Chemical symbol for cobalt


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